The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice includes the following articles: “SolarCoin: Virtual Currency Meets Solar Electricity – A Bright Future?” – Ben Hartsuyke; “Unfairness in Islamic Finance Contracts: The Malaysian Case” – Adnan Trakic; and “Romalpa Suppliers and the PPSA – For Better or Worse in Insolvency – Part I” – David Morrison and Matthew Broderick. Also in this Part are the following Sections: Banking Law and Banking Practice; Commercial and Finance Law; Insolvency Law and Management; Tax and Stamp Duty; and Book Review.
The latest Part of the Journal includes the following articles: “Compromises with Creditors – New Zealand Court Proposes a New Test for Class Composition that looks at Creditors’ Economic Interests” – Victoria Stace; “The Interaction of the Statutory Right of Action In Rem and the Cross-Border Insolvency Act 2008 (Cth)” – Mohammud Jaamae Hafeez-Baig; and the following section notes: Recent Developments: “Partnerships, Trusts and Set-Offs – Getting the Priorities Right in Insolvency” – Flora Innes; and Report from New Zealand: “New Zealand Liquidators’ Powers to Obtain Information and Documents” – Lynne Taylor.
The latest Part of the Journal includes the following articles: “Bankruptcy Discharge: Origins and Liberalisation” – Michael Quilter; “Death and Bankruptcy” – Colin Anderson and David Morrison; and the following section notes: Recent Developments: “Piercing Legal Professional Privilege to Access Documents Created to Defeat Claims of Creditors” – Noel McCoy, Sophie Waples and Emma Beechey; “Company Directors in the Spotlight: A Safe Harbour or Plugging Another Imaginary Leak?” – David Morrison; and Report from New Zealand: “Changes Mooted to New Zealand’s Voidable Transactions Regime” – Lynne Taylor.
The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: “Global rules on conflict-of-laws matters in international insolvency cases: An Australian perspective” – Mark Wellard and Rosalind Mason; and “The Willmott Forests decision: Changes to the corporate insolvency regime?” – Jonathan Ballo. Also in this Part is a Recent Developments section and a Report from New Zealand.
The last Part for Volume 22 of the Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: “On the brink: Creditors as shadow directors when dealing with debtors approaching insolvency” – John R Anderson; and “Mind the insolvency gap: Lessons to be learned from audit expectations gap theory” – Colin Anderson and Catherine Brown. There is also a Recent Developments section and a Report from New Zealand.
The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: “Protecting the prepaying buyer of goods from the seller’s insolvency” – Dr Rasiah Gengatharen; “Vesting of personal property in insolvency under the PPSA” – Matthew Broderick and David Morrison; and the following sections: “Recent Developments: Treatment of costs of litigation in liquidation and bankruptcy” – Dr Oren Bigos; and “Report from New Zealand: Recent decisions under the Personal Property Securities Act 1999 (NZ)” – Lynne Taylor.
The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: “Inventions, arbitration and external administration: Accommodating conflicting principles in a commercial dispute over rights to technology” – Mary Wyburn; and “Protecting client collateral in the Australian OTC derivatives market: An examination of the relationship between central clearing, account structures and the client money provisions” – Adamantia Velonis. There is also a Recent Developments section and a Report from New Zealand.
The first Part of Volume 21 of the Insolvency Law Journal includes three interesting articles on different aspects of insolvency law. The first is by Amanda-Jayne Bull, who argues that distinctions remain relevant with regard to receivership and the PPSA. The second article comes from Brad Strahorn and looks at the nature of corporate insolvency practitioner liens. The final article is by Mark Wellard and analyses the inconsistent approaches taken by courts when interpreting provisions of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) which address debts or expenses “incurred” by receivers, administrators and liquidators. There is also a Recent Developments section and a Report from New Zealand.
The last Part of Volume 20 of the Insolvency Law Journal publishes a range of interesting articles and sections covering diverse topics such as investigations into assetless companies, the concept of discharge in English and Welsh personal insolvency law and Australian personal insolvency law, distribution from a mixed fund, Australian bankruptcy law, plus much more. Not to be missed!